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Travel Blogs from Medjugorje
... Stolac to see an old castle on the hill then stopped at Pocitelj to see this small village with the remains of a Turkish bath and a another castle on top of the hill. The most energetic one of our group went to the top while the rest of us relaxed and had a coffee. We reached our destination, Mostar, early enough for a quick stroll before dinner. On Tuesday, 5/20, we had a guided walk ...
... to witness such a local community spirit where randoms on the street knew him. In two minutes, Almir walked over to us, in his work suit (works at the bank), a sweaty forehead and a beaming smile. He takes my bag for me and walks us back to his home and hostel. It was in perfect location, only two minutes walk to the famous old bridge (Stari Most). The hostel was literally his home. There were two levels, his whole family lived on the bottom floor (his ...
... them (we both missed our bus stop on the ride back) and collectively chatted about the war, it's consequences and the current situation. The daughter works at The Hague and had been working on Ratko Mladić's war crime trial. It was fascinating to listen to her and learn more about the conflict, the restoration programme and how it has taken 20 years for crimes relating to the war to be tried.
After a quick change we headed out to get something to eat. On ...
... a surprise ninja-jump onto my back this past June in Dublin. We'd lived together in Vancouver dorms, Quebec monasteries and bumped into each other many times over the past five years. He was still wearing the same blue-and-white striped sweater.
One afternoon: "Hey Josh, how close will you be to Bosnia in August?"
"Yeah, I'm going to the youth festival in Međugorje. It would be cool to do the Congress ...
... Festival held every August. I left with many new insights, feelings, experiences, explanations, and thoughts. How to tell? A journal entry I wrote on the bus ride to Mostar reads "Heading east, I leave Medjugorje with the thought of how do we find meaning in our work, our travels, our lives. The sun rises and falls with each passing day, but our lives carry on. Routine is such an integral part of our lives that it can help define ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking